A sand artist since 1991. He made his first sand sculpture on Baga beach in India. Since then he has created thousands of sculptures for events, festivals, and international competitions in England, the Netherlands, China, India, U.S.A. Canada, Ireland, Belgium, France, Denmark, Spain, Greece, Bulgaria, Malta, Qatar, Turkey, Bahrain, UAE, Kuwait, Iran and South Korea. In 2000 he was commissioned by the Royal Cornwall show to create a sand sculpture for the Queen of England. He created a farm yard scene of pigs with piglets which he presented in person to Her Majesty. Paul and his work have been profiled by several TV agencies, such as BBC and SKY TV and MSNBC . His work appeared in international newspapers, magazines and books. Examples are the 2000 Astrid Schillings book on Sand Sculpture, ‘Châteaux de sable’, published by Hobeke (FR). The magazine Cornwall Today called him ‘King of castles’ and he is profiled in the in-flight magazine of Etihad as ‘the original sand man’. Since 2003 he has been working together with his sand woman Remy, together creating their sand sculptures all over the world. Their company Sandartist Ltd. Produces, organizes and creates sand sculptures for events at art Galleries, (art) festivals, Royal shows, promotions, television programmes (Smart, CBeebies, Blue Peter), books, magazines and advertising campaigns all over the world. They made a sand sculpture for the Bournemouth Borough Council stand at the prestigious Chelsea Flower show in London in 2006, were their combined efforts won them Gold and President's award. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth of England viewed this sculpture and said she enjoyed it very much.